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in education and training. i think it's important for us to develop new sources of energy here in america. that we change our tax code to make sure that we're helping small businesses and companies that are investing here in the united states. that we take some of the money that we're saving as we wind down two wars to rebuild america. and that we reduce our deficit in a balanced way that allows us to make these critical investments. now, it ultimately is going to be up to the voters, to you, which path we should take. are we going to double down on the top-down economic policies that helped to get us into this mess, or do we embrace a new economic patriotism that says america does best when the middle class does best in and i'm looking forward to having that debate. >> governor romney, two minutes. >> thank you, jim. it's an honor to be here with you. and i appreciate the chance to be with the president. i'm pleased to be at the university of denver. appreciate their welcome. and also the presidential commission on these debates. and congratulations to you, mr. president, on your anniver
and spoken language. >> this month, an increased effort to educate the young republic about dyslexia. tim tooten joined us in the studio with more. >> it turns out the international dyslexia association in baltimore is doing their part to get the word out, especially to parents. >> is a further apart than together? >> their mission is to educate talented and bright students struggling with dyslexia or other language-based learning differences. >> when i got here, i was not good at reading or writing. >> now? >> i amazing. i can , papers. i loved to read. games,"w i'm on "hunger and i cannot put it down. >> comprehension it is not an issue. they tend to be gifted in understanding the world. they struggle with the mechanics of language. >> we use smart boards. it's very hands-on. they really care. they care that you do well. but they're trying to help spread the word to parents about the symptoms. their son had been showing signs of dyslexia. >> they came back with some crazy have uninventive non- traditional spelling patterns. by friday, he had memorized and that point it was not ratified
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with this program, by giving them a little education and coaching, we can really make a difference in their financial lives. >> this is important because i think you go along in your career and you think, okay, i'm fine. i have must money in savings and retirement. next thing you know you turn around and you are 50 and thinking wait a second time approaching that time to retire. do i have the right tools in place? >> absolutely. time does go by. of course we were talking about how we feel 25 years old, but that is always got to get the word out to get people to start saving younger. at 50, 60 years old it is not too late. that's why we created the program with aarp. we had an elderly woman who is single living off social security and she learned she can get a credit report for free and save $25 a month and she made it automatic with her bank. the bottom line is we have time and there is opportunity to create a ugs cushion for ourselves. >> a large percentage of the long-term unemployed are workers. talk to us about that. what are the challenges for the 50 plus age group. first of a
in support of the state's dream act. >> up, up on education! the dream act is the controversial baltimore question that would allow in-state tuition rates. opponent say the law would be a financial burden on the state. a recent poll of more than 800 registered voters found that 58% support the measure and 34% oppose it. >> hundreds of volunteers were hard at work in baltimore saturday for the annual day of service. the ricky myers day of service is run by the non-profit civic works, the 10th year for the event. helped plant gardens, clean up parks and sort through donated goods. >> the main focus of our day and focus of ricky myers life was to celebrate volunteerism and that's what makes a day like today when 400 of us get together really special. >> since its inception, close to 30,000 people have volunteered with civic works. the baltimore city fire department hosted its thrill show to raise public awareness about fire safety. firefighters helped attendees create home evacuation plans and stressed the importance of smoke detectors. other attractions included a vehicle fire, the jaws of
. >>> dyslexia is a learning disability that's often overlooked. we'll show you the increased efforts to educate the public. >>> a family turns tragedy into a learning experience for others. >>> weather wise, changes coming as a cold front comes through. not on rain, but temperatures. your insta weather plus forecast just ahead. sofa... desk... you know what? why don't you go get some frozen yogurt. i got this. you're so sweet. you got this, right? i do got this. let us get everything off the shelf, and to your home. mom, pop it. ♪ two inches apart, becky. two inches. t-minus nine minutes. [ ding ] [ female announcer ] pillsbury cinnamon rolls. let the making begin. ♪ too bad the guys aren't here we're clear. ok, swarm! swarm! hello [ female announcer ] pillsbury chocolate chip cookies. let the making begin to make just about anything delicious. introducing new jif chocolate flavored hazelnut spread. whatever you put it on... reaches a whole new level of deliciousness. choosy moms choose jif. reacsofa... desk... level of deliciousyou know what? why don't you go get some frozen yogurt. i got
money. my job isn't just to entertain but to educate and teach you. call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. what would happen if a presidential contender ran on a platform that included as a central tenet that he wanted stocks to go higher? what would happen if either presidential candidate came out and said, i think the stock market should break out to all-time highs and buy, buy, buy! i'm going to do my best to get it there. that's something to ponder on the night of the first debate n a day where the averages once again couldn't punch their way substantially higher, the dow gaining just 12 points. s&p climbing .36%. nasdaq advancing .49%. neither candidate has articulated such a view. but let's pretend for a moment that i was up there representing the cramerican higher stock price party. what would be my eight-point plan to get us to all-time highs? and why the heck do i think it's so important that the president should even have a plan to send stocks higher? isn't that somehow anti-free capitalist, anti-free market or even anti-american. let's start with the importance of stocks in the firma
deal. the chicago board of education must now approve the contract. last month week-long strike at 350,000 students at a school in the nation's third largest district. still to come, aspirin may have more benefits than once thought. we already knew it helps to protect against heart attacks. but it is good for our brain. details in medical alert. >> the rain is moving at of the area and the cold front as well. but there is another one in the midwest and there was snow in minnesota today. winter is right around the corner. it looks nice at the beach beyond her ocean city has 79 degrees, 77 degrees at bwi marshall. krystal conwell : we see a lot of problems with the... number of students that we have. resources. materials. things that the children need... on a day-to-day basis. anncr: question seven will help. the department of legislative services says question seven... will mean hundreds of millions of dollars... for schools...from gaming revenues that would have... gone to other states. and independent audits will guarantee the money... goes where it's supposed to. krystal conwell: i t
. >> the brave educators will throw out the ceremonial first pitch. perry hall high school guidance counselor will throw out the pitch and be accompanied by the student wounded on the first day of school. he tackled the gunman preventing workers -- preventing more violence. technically, this is october baseball. >> the weather is not a winner today. it is more like football whether it with the cold temperatures. we had rain this morning. i thought we might break out of it. most of the day, it was not raining. it was cloudy and threatening. this is a wide view showing the northeastern part of the state. i have circled baltimore to help you find the area. this is light rain shower activity with drizzle. this is the inner harbor. it is covered with rain right now. let me put this in motion to show you. a while back, it did not look bad. with the rain moving into the picture, we see scattered showers activity. the forecast for the game looks like this. for the start of the game, spotty showers and sprinkles. temperatures in the 50's. a light northwest wind. by 9:30, we expect readings into the 40
of education must now approve the contract. some 350,000 teachers were kept out of school. a fire at an exxon mobil plant east of houston. police think the fire is from may diesel product and is not an environmental hazard. nobody was hurt. >> fall is not two weeks old yet but that is not the case in other cases. this is snow in north dakota. 1 inch of snow is expected in part of that state. snow this early is not unheard of. i will pass on that. >> put the fear in all of us. 5:2. keeping your personal information safe on the internet. >> and airlines clever campaign could have you leaving the country for free. >> rain could impact your >> rain could impact your morning [ male announcer ] we're excited by trends. ♪ and mng brings the best to your neighborhood jcp. european style that makes every day better. ♪ get it on ♪ bang the gong [ male announcer ] at jcp, we're into the i jeans attitude. it's what you put on when you're going out. what you feel good in. feel better every day in i jeans by buffalo. at truly low prices. and those well grounded. for what's around this corner... and t
there will be exceptions. >> for purposes of education, that's absolutely a okay. it doesn't have any ap mrikability to the private sector either. >> this proposal is now headed to a hearing where the public will get a chance to weigh in. tim tooten wbal tv news. >>> 5:26, 54 at the airport. coming up we'll take a look at the morning's top stories. >>> plus, he continues to beat the odds. the battle a teen has faced and the pot of gold he's now cashing in. >>> and it's mostly dry right now around the baltimore metro area, but that could change later today. we'll have details coming up in the forecast. px good morning! wow. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're a talking bee... honey t cheerios has whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol. and it tastes good? sure does! right... ♪ wow. delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. >>> welcome back 11 news sunday morning. thanks for joining us. >> first let's take another look outside with ava. >> i think it sho
and opportunity, a good education? we bring back some of the manufacturing jobs and continue on this path to progress. >> there is a reality that on the campaign stump, mitt romney has been denied a line that he's been relying on when it comes to 8% unemployment, which was a significant marker. this is how he's been talking about it this fall. >> we've had 43 straight months with unemployment above 8%. he said that he'd create jobs, and instead we have unemployment now still over 8% for 43 straight months. >> the symbolism, mike murphy, is there for everyone to see. you get below 8% it matters. >> it becomes a good political club for the obama folks. but fundamentally, i don't think america woke up and said, hey, everything is fixed. we feel great. you can still see the economic worry. the middle class has been buried for four years. i think what's changed is not statistics out of d.c. i think we make a lot of that. it's the perception out in the states. >> but that's been a great point, chuck. when you see people feel better about the economy -- >> well, especially in certain places like
. pn i like pbs. >> that means you will gut our investments in schools and education. establishes the beginning. there are two more debates to go. >> governor of rally is working as a surrogate for the obama team, talking to reporters after the debate. back here at home, several college campuses have to debate what parties. -- watch parties. sheldon joins us live from johns hopkins university. >> we are about a month away from the election. a lot of voters we talked to seem to be passionate about both candidates. you'll remember from the 2008 election that college-aged voters were energized and excited headed into the election. based on the conversation we have had here, the same seems to be happening this year. >> the dining hall, it is never this fall. i think everyone is really excited for the election and the debate progressed more than seven it lasted as piled into the dining hall in the johns hopkins campus to watch governor romney and president obama. >> what is the mood on campus heading into the election? >> it is are more excited than usual about politics. a lot of times
campaigned in wisconsin and sharply criticized romney's statements during the debate on tax cuts, education and outsourcing as misleading to the middle class and the president had this to say about his opponent's plan for reducing the deficit. >> i just want to make sure i got this straight. he'll get rid of regulations on wall street but he's going to crack down on sesame street. thank goodness somebody's finally cracking down on big bird. who knew that he was responsible for all these deficits. elmo's got to watch out. >> and vice president joe biden was campaigning in iowa saying that mitt romney flip-flopped on his own tax cut plan that was the center piece of the gop campaign and biden challenged the republicans on the tax issue. >> you know the phrase he always used, obama and biden want to raise taxes by $8 trillion. guess what, yes, we do, in one regard, we want to let that trillion dollar tax cut expire so the middle class doesn't have to bear the burden of all that money going to the super wealthy. that's not a tax rate, that's called fairness where i come from. >> all right. so h
to raise public awareness about fire safety, the department's largest public education event of the year. firefighters created home evacuation plans and stressed smoke detectors. they featured jauss of life demonstration. still to come tonight, health officials are reporting more people have been effected by meningitis outbreak and special reunion for a soldier and his son coming up. vatican says the former butler for the pope will be getting a pardon. he was sentenced to 18 months in prison. for now, he is serving it under house arrest. he said he leaked the documents because he felt the pope wasn't being informed. a bus overturned in northern new jersey. eight of the injured passengers were in critical condition after this morning's crash in wayne, although none of the injuries are considered life-threatening. the bus was traveling from canada and not yet known what caused the crash. health officials say seven people have now died from a rare meningitis outbreak. the outbreak has spread to more than 60 people in nine states and infected two people in maryland, killing one. it has been
is already on probation for ncaa violations and colleges nationwide are working to boost education requirements for athletes. >> i think he tweeted out what a lot of guys are thinking, which is we're here to play football. we're here to play basketball. this is merely a stepping ground of getting to the next level. >> reporter: the next level and dream of going pro, just like in the movies. >> show me the money! >> reporter: but in reality the majority of college athletes don't make it that far. according to the ncaa's own statistics, less than 2% of college athletes will play professional football, making an education that much more important. >> the average nfl player plays less than five years, so even if you do play in the nfl, you want to have a life afterwards. >> reporter: jones, the freshman, has yet this season to make it from the practice field to playing in a game. meanwhile, the university issued a statement reminding student athletes to remember not to post anything that could embarrass themselves, their team, teammates, the university, their family, or other groups, o
-1990s. >> if you need proof that bullying is a problem, these new numbers are disturbing. education officials are coming together to figure out how to cut back god and identify a bully. >> police have just released surveillance video of a bar surveillance video of a bar fight >> a 20-year-old man's night out ended with him shot and killed during a bar brawl. a month later, police have yet to make an arrest. >> investigators released the video of the chaotic fight hoping it will bring him closer to the killer. we're live at city police headquarters with late breaking details. >> of the search continues for the gunmen and police are hopeful the someone will recognize the bearded man in this video. this captured the chaos at the crossroads station that night clarence ross was murdered. he conceived as a bearded man pullout what looks like a gun as people around him scatter. that happened inside of a nightclub almost three weeks ago, but he remembers it like it was yesterday. >> i was of their, had the shot went off. some people allege that way, others ran that way. >> a type of fight o
and it is being dealt with with experts in education and mental health. even so, these are not the kinds of problems to consol in one day at a conference. the issue is why our minority students being arrested and detained unequally all over the state'? local -- young people in trouble with the law for crimes from us all to murder. >> i work with a lot of young adults who have left the school system. some were incarcerated unfairly. some more inappropriately charged. now they cannot go to school. they cannot get a job. >> minorities are more likely to spend time behind bars and white youths. but those attending the conference say that there's enough blame to go around. >> the why is because we have not given them the opportunities to determine how we change our behavior. >> most agree that the problems are larger than any one government agency. they believe accountability starts with the ones affected the most. >> unless we have the parent and child participation, especially those impacted by the system, we do not see real change. we can have a public conversation, which is nice, but it i
, education, a visitor experience, and job creation throughout the state. funding comes from private contributions and surcharges from the sale of star spangled banner commemorative coins. >> your forecast. >> after a couple days of cloudiness, we will see if the weather pattern changes a little bit. most of the cloud cover pushing to the north and east of baltimore. it may turn out a little bit cooler than the past few nights. still milder than normal. just over half an inch. the backyard may have gotten a little bit warmer. the most impressive number is the morning low. 50 is the average. at the morning started off 20 degrees above average for early october. they ended up significantly milder. early in october, back in 1974. it is warm out there and out and will stay mild overnight. temperatures will be able to drop a few more degrees tonight. 52 in the suburbs, 60 down town. high pressure will briefly kicked this rain shower activity out of here for tomorrow. it looks like a sunny day tomorrow, but this storm is producing a blizzard like conditions in northern minnesota and up and
is not just a place to sell your goods. the also offer education class is for small-business owners. >> we have classes your every third saturday. they come in and train them how to do business proposals. i teach them how to do -- building website. >> the exchange has grown and adapted since the 1800's. they are still relevant in helping women and men start successful businesses every day. the vendors are so glad it is here. >> i think it is a great opportunity. it is something that helps for their women trying to have a business. -- it is something that helps women trying to have a business. >> they plan to be around of 130 more years. >> there will always be a place for this in baltimore to help people to get started with their careers. >> for more information, go to wbaltv.com. >> i was there a few weeks ago for lunch. i have the cutest things. >> that is it for us at 5:00. >> the atmosphere outside of tropicana fields is fairly subdued. we will hear from the birds come straight ahead. >> a bar where a security employee was stabbed to death learns its fate in front of liquor board commi
of the state's dream act. >> up, up for education! >> down, down for deportation. >> the dream act is the controversial ballot question that, if approved, would allow in-state tuition rates for illegal immigrants. those immigrants would have to attend a maryland high school for at least three years and prove they or their parents pay state taxes. opponents say the law would be a financial burden on the state. they collected signatures to force the issue on to the november ballot. a recent poll of more than 800 registered voters found that 58% support the measure and 34% oppose it. >> hundreds of volunteers were hard at work in baltimore saturday for the annual day of service. the annual ricky myers day of service is run by the non-profit civic works, the 10th year for the event. volunteers helped plant gardens, clean up parks and sort through donated goods. >> the main focus of our day and focus of ricky myers life was to celebrate volunteerism and that's what makes a day like today when 400 of us get together really special. >> since its inception, close to 30,000 people have volu
education as well as learn how to play basketball. so ever since 1992, i have been a strong supporter of the boys and girls club. i was the first guy to donate $1 million so they can get computers in the boys and girls club and we have been doing a lot of things. >> what kind of impact has he had on you? >> huge. >> really? >> but what has he meant to you, do you think? >> the boys band girls club has meant so much to me academic-wise it has helped me get through a failing high school and i'm proud to be a high school graduate and i'm starting college. >> go girl. >> i am so excited. >> awesome. >> darius? >> when it comes to the boys and girls club, we have an emphasis on leadership and character building and having great alumni role models like shaq here makes it easy for us to encourage kids to come in and do our boys and girls clubs program. >> trey? >> it has been a lot, now i'm national ambassador of the year, spokesperson for everybody, to be that role model, the boys and girls club taught me to do that. >> great great great. you guys know how to play basketball? >> is there a
to make you money. my job is not just to entertain you, but to educate and teach you. so give us a call at 1-800-743-cnbc. why didn't today's rally hold up, despite the better than expected unemployment number. with the dow closing 35 and s & p declining .74%, declining. and the nasdaq sinking? it's because earnings season is next week. and people are convinced that earnings will be subpar. as someone who fares high every stock prices, all i can say is hallelujah! you couldn't have a better setup. when everybody thinks the quarters will be terrific, you better believe you are going to be hammered. but so far we've had disappointments from very high-profile companies. intel, federal express. they have helped set the barlower than would otherwise be. and that's a good thing. so what's the game plan for next week? many markets are expecting downside surprises. and a major impact psychologically and allows to us be more forgiving to companies that offer inline guidance. those companies who hurt their own stocks by not raising estimates on the call. with inline guidance, they can get off sco
think there's a reluctance on your part to do something that is beneath you. you're highly educated. you have a lot of experience. and i think there is a bit of inner snob in you. >> if you were to get a full-time job tomorrow that only paid what i'm earning at the running company, you know what? we would pay our bills. >> we would? >> we would pay our bills. >> for diane, jon's sudden assertiveness appears to be a wake up call. >> i was hoping that things would come together sooner. but they haven't. so here we sit. and, you know k, i have so growp and make some hard choices. >> hopefully it's very temporary. >> jon has taken on an additional part-time job with an office cleaning company. diane agrees to share the workload. her first shift is scheduled for the same evening as one of her professional networking meetings. it's not something diane ever imagined would happen. but come 6:00 p.m., the former executive turns into a cleaning lady. >> so i think that i'll be working for 7:00 -- around 7:00 until 2:00 in the morning. >> it's 4:00 a.m. when diane returns to her car. >> i don't kno
as revenues. the key thing about gambling is, doesn't produce money for education. doesn't produce jobs. doesn't produce new revenue. you're seeing that reflected in the polls. but it's -- i say to people in baltimore, if you love gambling and think it's great, still vote against question seven. that special session was corrupt. i mean, there's no other way to describe it. >> i'm sure we'll be talking about this a little bit more as the week goes on. before you go -- i understand that you're working on a real time campaign for finance disclosure for candidates. tell us about that. >> sure. $30 million will be spent on the gambling referendum. that money, soon as it's spent, soon as the money is put into a candidate's pocket or referendum's pocket it should be up on the internet. people should understand who's paying for our government. if we had that, that special session would not have improved gambling. >> when can we start seeing that? >> go to my website and get the issue. i have raised it. i think technically, from a standpoint everybody knows that you can have this real-time reporting. w
they spend on their children, not towards education, but in general is an investment in their children. but this is something i hear from moms all the time, which scares me. they say, oh, that's okay, i'll tap home equity to pay for college, it's okay, i'll cut down how much i'm putting away for retirement. i've been saying this for years, like you're on an airplane and they say put your oxygen mask on yourself first and then your child. if you don't take care of yourself, you end up being a burden on your kids. the best gift to give them is maintain and secure your retirement and savings, and then you can take care of them. >> good suggestions, start using coupons, eating out less. >> hand-me-downs, and finding free activities and events now online and message boards. so many different ways to find free things to do as a family. and half of the moms said they actually enjoy that. they enjoy all this coupon clipping and stuff. it's money that can be put to something else. >> it's the art of the deal. getting out there. >> yeah. >> thanks so much. >> thank you. >>> coming up next, al's
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. my job is to educate you, so call me at 1800-743-cnbc. what happens if we get some good news in the market? you get what we had today when a key u.s. manufacturing index number showed an economic expansion. not a contraction. the dow rocking 78 points, the s&p gained and the averages were higher earlier in the day. now, we have had some decent data, housing numbers, auto sales, retail purchasing, but the figure from the institute for supply management it forced money to flood into the market at the beginning of the day. rather than flowing out of it. breaking the awful monday tradition. and the tide did hold up for most of the session. the bullish data coupled with last night's positive news out of china, the first month to month industrial changes converted the bulls into bears and made all the difference. tonight, i want to translate this news into a context that you can understand. maybe even make some money with. because it's right at the heart of why the market keeps rallying. we began q4 like we did for the last three quarters even as so people believed in the advanced
bond franchise debuted 50 years ago today and punked by a skunk. this educational moment also turned into a lesson the audience would never forget. take a look. >> how a skunk can spray. hit you in the eyes at 12 feet. >> wow. >> aim for the exits. >> gotcha. this time it was a prank, but you should never point a loaded skunk at a crowd. that's for sure. 8:05. let's go back outside. >> i don't know how to trust what's real. >> like instant replay in slow mo now mr. roker with a check of the weather. >> there's an old adage about a skunk. with are you fine ladies from? >> maryland. >> having a good time? >> yes. >> are you on a long weekend here? >> no. >> a field trip. >> yeah. >> that's fantastic. so you're not cutting school. >> all right good, good. let's see what we've got for you. our pick city of the day, just happens to be las vegas, new mexico, nevada, just moved a city. mostly sunny and hot. 90 degrees, and as we show you this, more rain in southern florida. they cannot get a break. looking at a cold front bringing a big change in temperatures back through the plains. look a
in congress. the republican challenger, 37-year-old sean belot, is an ivy league educated marine. >> i have a decade in business. >> reporter: in a debate sunday, belot argued kennedy isn't ready and is coasting on the family coast tails. >> i don't think any other district in the country people would consider you qualified for this office. >> i've got a sizeable record of public service. >> reporter: joe, who introduced a tribute to ted kennedy at the democratic convention. >> for my uncle kennedy, politics was always about people. >> reporter: he says he knows his name comes with benefits. >> it's certainly an advantage, i'm very proud of my family's history of public service. >> reporter: spanning six decades of fabled and at times flawed history. jfk went to congress in 1947, before the camelot days of the white house. bobby and ted served in the senate. their sons, joe and patrick, in the house. and now it's joe's son who is on the ballot. and getting a boost from his grandmother, ethel. >> she has been out on a number of campaign stops for me, which is always amazing for me. because n
, to expand education, but i want to do it in a different way and here's why my way is better. that's an effective style of argumentation. that's what he showed. it's going to be up to the president if he can rebut it to do so in the next debate. he didn't do it in the first debate. >> we've got a couple more ahead. john harwood, thanks very much. >> you bet. >> let's get a check of this morning's other headlines. chris jennifer anist chris jansing is in the news desk. >>> five terror suspects have lost a yearlong fight to avoid facing charges in the u.s. they arrived today after being extradited from britain. the best known in the group is this radical preacher wanted in this country on charges of trying to set up a terrorist training camp in oregon. >>> there is a verdict in a scandal that rocked the vet can. pope benedict's butler was found guilty today of stealing pope benedict's secret documents and leaking them to a joushlist. the documents detail infighting and other problems in the catholic church. paolo gabrielle has been sentenced to 18 months in prison. an amber alert has
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